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today at 5. for the uk's transition period after brexit. on eu policy matters. therefore it must also apply all the eu rules. the single market cannot be a la carte. of the brexit talks. the other main stories on bbc news at 5. by dangerous driving. to avoid its pension obligations while still paying bosses‘ bonuses. above its normal water level.
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after being appointed england women's head coach. 00. from the european union next year. including freedom of movement for all eu citizens. three months earlier than britain had originally envisaged.
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message earlier today. the eu position is very clear. until the slst of december 2020. of the european court ofjustice. entering into force in this period.
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the single market and with all cut union policies. —— during the transition. therefore it must also apply all the eu rules. the single market cannot be a la carte. all the rules also have to be applied. applied. government has to be upfront about what the obligations are. what the obligations are. line very clearly on display in the
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house of commons today. house of commons today. eu course ofjustice will continue to apply to the uk? —— the new eu ultimatum. ultimatum. stand up against the hard brexiteers boom mainly inhabit these benches? boom mainly inhabit these benches? there are only about 35 of them will stop no, there are not! stop no, there are not! they see them off and make sure that they get a sensible brexit? they get a sensible brexit? disastrous brexit for generations to come. come. instead of letting the european group calling the shots? group calling the shots? there in the house of commons earlier.
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0ur chief political correspondent vicki young is in westminster. what has changed today? now in the conservative party have backed to the hilt. backed to the hilt. the transitional fermentation period. period. —— have backed to reason mac to the hilt. through, you canjust hear their unhappiness. unhappiness. many of them are there who feel like that? that? will be fine within the house of commons. commons. backing for this implementation period of around two mac years.
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period of around two mac years. is she is fighting on more than one front. front. mps increasingly frustrated about domestic policy. domestic policy. deliver it or to convey its two voters. voters. so those two mac things put her in quite a vulnerable position. leave the european union. the parameters set out by michel barnier today. i be what you expected? i be what you expected ? i be what you expected? —— are they what they expected? expected?
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ofjustice, financial payments and the adoption of any new regulations. the adoption of any new regulations. get as smoothly transition as possible. possible. that that is a satisfactory position for the uk to be in? the first thing is to calm down. is to calm down. we are just at the beginning of the negotiations. beginning of the negotiations. such as negotiate trade deals with countries outside the eu. countries outside the eu. but this is the beginning of a process. is the beginning of a process.
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subject to the externaljurisdiction of the european court ofjustice. of the european court ofjustice. and that still remains the government's position. government's position. transition, then in my view that is worth doing. worth doing. disaffected with the prime minister's leadership? minister's leadership? still required to follow some of the obligations of membership. obligations of membership. not the government's position as i understand it. understand it. getting as good a deal for the future as we can. future as we can.
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government's strategy is the right one? one? membership during the transition period. period. are clearly going to be out, that is something i am willing to accept. something i am willing to accept. i understand it, so the statements today is not anything new. today is not anything new. fair to say that as reluctant acceptance? yes. sufficient progress in important policy areas at home. policy areas at home. what are your thoughts on that? thoughts on that?
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us, slightly overshadows anything else. else. parliament, thirdly we are still in financially difficult times. financially difficult times. hope that that will emerge over the course of the next few months. course of the next few months. the prime minister is the right person to deliver that for you? person to deliver that for you? very short timescale on which to get an agreement in europe. an agreement in europe. objective is to get it by october, which is just eight months away. which is just eight months away. seems to me this is not the right time. time. getting as good a deal for this country as we can. country as we can. good to talk to you, thank you. you, thank you.
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we are now going to talk to her europe correspondent in brussels. europe correspondent in brussels. commons who think this is not an acceptable set of offers. acceptable set of offers. what is your thought? your thought? conference the eu guidelines for this transition. this transition.
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benefits, so there must be a level playing field. playing field. the uk would not have a say in rule—making. rule—making. laying out an argument to justify this position at this stage. this position at this stage. are not is simply matter of more clarity? i think clarity certainly. are nevertheless important.
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live and work in the uk and secure rights to do so in future. rights to do so in future. so that's quite a tough ask. quite a tough ask. but today that that will only be in exceptional circumstances. exceptional circumstances. because that'll be up to those countries, he said. countries, he said. difficult thing that the uk will have to negotiate. have to negotiate. agreement, the deal back in december.
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december. on withdrawal, there will be no transition. transition. thing that the eu wants to nail down. down. december, want them translated into hard, cold legal facts. december, want them translated into hard, cold legalfacts. thanks very much. by dangerous driving. the boys were struck by a car on their way to a birthday party. their way to a birthday party. the man has been remanded in custody. man has been remanded in custody. second man who handed himself into police last night under arrest. from the scene of the crash.
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people who attended school with the young boys. young boys. spoke only to confirm his name, age and address. and address. counts of causing death by dangerous driving. driving. which a black audi travelling down this road hit three young boys. this road hit three young boys. they all died at the scene. all died at the scene. two of them were 16 and the other 17. were 16 and the other 17. of causing death by dangerous driving. —— a 34—year—old man.
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they are all shocked and saddened by the tragic loss of three students. the tragic loss of three students. will appear at the old bailey on the 26th of february. 26th of february. terrible crash on friday in hayes in west london. transition period after brexit. they say the uk would have to obey all eu rules during the transition. by dangerous driving. to avoid its pension obligations while still paying bosses‘ bonuses.
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tweetstorm following his appointment to the role. to the role. your son denies that he sees the job as a stepping stone. sees the job as a stepping stone. a defender‘s release clause has been met. an army can will return to the ring. —— amir khan. high salaries and dividends to its executives. which is far higher than the £587 million initially estimated.
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in dividends to investors in both 2011 and 2013. work and pensions committee. thanks forjoining us. today at the position at carillion as you understand that? as you understand that? the deficit, and that was not fulfilled. fulfilled. borrow in parts to pay shareholders dividends. dividends.
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will begin in our enquiries tomorrow morning. morning. of course these things are meant to be regulated very thoroughly? be regulated very thoroughly? and we have a pensions regulator. have a pensions regulator. reported back in 2016 on the fiasco at british home stores. at british home stores. specific legislative changes to the government. government.
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programme, while she concentrates on the main issue of brexit? the main issue of brexit? today is of tory disquiet, nothing much going on rather than brexit. much going on rather than brexit. opportunity the prime minister could take. take.
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what is your response to that kind of appeal? a slight novelty. nobody doesn't like this. doesn't like this. could not do its just off our own back. back. working carefully with civil servants. servants. success, harold wilson claimed them for himself. for himself.
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peoples' pensions, sometimes their biggest savings, in place. biggest savings, in place. more carillions must we go through before the government acts? before the government acts? receiving the main disability benefit, 1. benefit, 1. have their claim reviewed in the department for work and pensions. department for work and pensions. discriminatory to people with mental health conditions. health conditions. not know how long this process will take. take. higher award as a result of the review. review. it is estimated to cost over £3 billion. any response to that?
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stretching this out by doing a further appeal to the courts. further appeal to the courts. library, on her progress each month, she agreed to do that. she agreed to do that. reports from the government made on the progress that they make. the progress that they make. what is the size of
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the back payment. payment. for dealing with the second point as well, thank you. well, thank you. new labour mp and charity work and pensions select committee. offences, including five murders. ulster volunteer force in belfast. he was a paid police informerfor 11 years. 45—year—old haggarty would have been jailed for 35 years. from belfast, our correspondent chris page reports. sectarianism and killing. more than any other loyalist paramilitary group. gunfire.
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in exchange for a shorter sentence for his own crimes. eamon fox and gary convie were shot dead by uvf gunmen... early yesterday morning... shot their grandfather. other terrorism offences. to six and a half years. a particularly savage reputation. the paramilitary commander was also working as a police informer. let them down terribly. justice? what is justice in this country?
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it's just designed to look after the criminal. how can a man convicted of that many crimes be set free into society? who he gave information to. with two uvf murders. in the witness box, not the dock. chris page, bbc news, belfast. two british skiers have died while on holiday in the french alps. in the chamonix—mont—blanc region. raised the alarm on sunday morning. which was well—known and popular.
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weeks of heavy rainfall. remain without electricity. with only emergency services allowed to use the river. 0ur correspondent charlotte gallagher reports. on record have seen the muddy waters of the river seine swell. the crimean war. the water reached its beard. this time it has stopped at its thighs. the rising waters are attracting locals and tourists alike.
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that it is an amazing sight. i was just at the pont neuf. normally there is a garden below, a small park. it's flooded, it's true, it's a change in the landscape. because paris has attracted me a lot and i feel so satisfied with that. because they will not be able to fit under bridges. only the emergency services are now allowed on the river. have been closed until next week and some roads have been shut. most priceless artworks, has also been closed to visitors. been most affected by the
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flooding. around 1,500 homes have been evacuated, some have been destroyed. the huge clean—up can begin. to make the best of it. charlotte gallagher, bbc news. expect the transition deal from the uk after brexit. more to dig into there. time for a look at the weather. here's ben rich.
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bringing quite a big change to our weather. weather. because some cold air coming down across the british isles. across the british isles. southern areas, by the widespread frost in the countryside. frost in the countryside. heavy as low as minus five celsius. low as minus five celsius. will be more cloud and more of a breeze. breeze. of rain across parts of western scotland particularly. scotland particularly. the risk of some flooding, turning windy in the north—east as well. windy in the north—east as well. patchy rain pushing and across the south west and west wales. south west and west wales. chilly start, not a bad day elsewhere, six to 10 celsius. elsewhere, six to 10 celsius. some wintry showers, fewer showers, but still cold on thursday.
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adhere to eu regulations for nearly two years following brexit. of three teenagers in a car crash in west london. paying bosses‘ bonuses.
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including five murders. stepped down from his current role, effective today. effective today. stepped down from the current role effective on monday. effective on monday.
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the investigation into hillary clinton's e—mail issues. clinton's e—mail issues. like, between mr frump and the deputy director. and lots of pressure. —— between mr trump. —— between mrtrump. down in his current role effective today. today. details, will bring that to you right away. right away. to get today's sports news with holly. holly.
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is qualified despite no previous experience in the women's game. experience in the women's game. is also apologised for controversial treaty made six years ago. treaty made six years ago. in 2018 were wrong, —— are wrong, the words in 2011 were wrong. the words in 2011 were wrong. the way had been brought up by my pa rents. the way had been brought up by my parents. parents. olympic games and the european championships in 2021. championships in 2021. handed the keys, i had to work hard for it. —— i didn't get it by default. default. psychometric profiling for four, five hours. five hours. it was a long process and they put me through it. and they put me through it.
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and i should not be in paris about that, that i was approached. that, that i was approached. they have just plucked from the top of a tree. of a tree. verge of making a new record signing. signing. confirmed that aymeric laporte's buyout clause has been paid. buyout clause has been paid. million close and his contract with the club. the club. record is kevin de bruyne it in 2015. 2015. on defenders since the end of last season to 190 million. season to 190 million. played for france and 21 level but has yet to win a full cap. has yet to win a full cap. loan from leicester city until the end of the season. end of the season. the argentina international returns 3. international returns 3. after leaving to join
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leicester in 2014. 2014. leicester, including six in their title winning campaign in 2016. can prove their claim will be allowed to compete as neutral. allowed to compete as neutral. the games start on the night of march. games start on the night of march. paralympic competition after details of state—sponsored doping matters. of state—sponsored doping matters. reinstatement set out in an independent task for format. independent task for format. will inspire the russian authorities to take a different approach. to take a different approach. has to be an acknowledgement, so it is
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an universe order. is an universe order. criteria and the board will assess them. and amir khan has announced his return to the ring. in what will be khan's first fight in nearly two years. khan will be looking to make a comeback. comeback. hearn after a spell out of the sport. and that is all your sport for now. those stories on the bbc sport website. website. and we will have more for you in sports day at half past six. that pick up again on today's events in brussels. until the end
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of december 2020. by the rules. he said it cannot be a matter of choosing things la cart. choosing things la cart. to chris morris, who has been looking at things in details. transition period and what we know about the way and my pan out? about the way and my pan out? what will be quite a different world for many businesses. for many businesses. that is the good part. good part.
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have to follow all these roles without having any say in them. without having any say in them. barnier said at the press conference. the eu position is very clear. 315t of december, 2020. of the european court ofjustice. force during this period. include new eu rules entering into force. force.
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interests, we need a mechanism to deal with that. deal with that. guidelines say, pretty much, you got to take it on the chin. to take it on the chin. saw a potential conflict. potential conflict. talk about phases, does that mean phase one is sorted? , no, it is not. border, we will hear a lot more about that as the year goes on. about that as the year goes on.
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quo transition really did mean the status quo. status quo. —— the eu thought it had this agreement. this agreement. have to be cream, the same thing goes through. goes through. influence, in other words, voting rights. rights. about what of role britain will play, what can we say today? play, what can we say today? european union, we are living clearly into any relationship. clearly into any relationship. and pastors meant over them, which is what is
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going to happen. is what is going to happen. institutions or participate in any of the decision—making. of the decision—making. decision—making or governance of the union. so difficult period, think. eu will suddenly ceased to exist completely in british life. completely in british life. department simply will not be ready for that. for that. like him would just have to swallow with an eye to 2020 and beyond. with an eye to 2020 and beyond. leave the yukon mike wait
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a more to do it properly. do it properly. —— to leave the eu, i can wait longer to do it properly. i can wait longer to do it properly. delaying the cliff edge everyone talks about? talks about? than december 2020, but there is not also an annex. also an annex. about more control and work sovereignty here? sovereignty here? between sovereignty, having control, the economic access you require? the economic access you require?
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followed, but the uk will not have a vote. thank you, chris. and we'll be doing that, as i say, on wednesday. expressed reservations about donald trump's behaviour. was a "work in progress". to blackpool later this year. he's been speaking to our religion editor martin bashir. i, donald john trump, do solemnly swear... is a sacred moment in the transition of power. led the nation in prayer.
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to the platform. of catholics voted for donald trump. in blackpool in september, said he was surprised by trump's victory. i believe, on election night, that he was supposed to lose. all the polls showed him notjust a little behind, way behind. that night of the election. and ijust believe it was god's hand.
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about an affair. does donald trump fit your model of christian character? he laughs. donald trump is... is a work in progress. does he fit your model of christian character? does he fit my model? no. in september, mr graham will preach at a christian event in blackpool. islam is a wicked and evil religion. to headline this event. community and towards muslims. i don't go against,
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preach against muslims. i don't preach against the gay community. i invite the gay community to come. that marriage is between a man and a woman. he will be praying for the president. transition period after brexit. they say the uk would have to obey all eu rules during the transition. by dangerous driving.
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avoid its pension obligations whilst still paying bosses bonuses. still paying bosses bonuses. the exercise routes of military personnel in bases around the world. sharing the paths its users log as they run or cycle. including syria and afghanistan, as soldiers move around them. with me now is tobias schneider, an international security analyst. tobias, thank you for
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coming. it's good to have you with us. good to have you with us. this one is run by great base, i think, and in afghanistan. think, and in afghanistan. coalition soldiers have logged with the app and the app has uploaded. the app and the app has uploaded. basically deduce from that whole lot of things about life on the base. of things about life on the base. bad intentions to get their hands on this data? this data?
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who might not be armed, aid workers and diplomats. and diplomats. needed's is a basic gps, so it is really hard to avoid. really hard to avoid. what it is as human failure more than anything. human failure more than anything. it's not even just in these facilities. facilities. lot cup from the commie from the outside. outside. —— you can deduce quite a lot even from the outside. lot even from the outside. might be working there, back and forth. was a second image wasn't there?
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there? a stan, this one, i think is northern syria? northern syria? syria, very small coalition base, an airstrip outside and northern syria. airstrip outside and northern syria. support the anti—isil mission of the last couple years. last couple years. satellite imagery and we can figure out where they are. out where they are. —— the existence of the bases. of the bases. control parameters —— patrol providers, etc. providers, etc. connected as soldier travel between outposts. outposts. in areas like this what is the answer? answer?
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think that the general cultural shift has to happen. shift has to happen. to be entirely innocuous, what can be done with it. this is exercise data. data. the most for tile situation —— volatile situations. volatile situations. that has been captured unwittingly from devices that we may have? from devices that we may have? strava is reallyjust the tip of the iceberg. iceberg. population, but really, this isjust the tip of the iceberg. the tip of the iceberg. might be on the private services of cuba. what kind of information. —— private services
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of uber. private services of uber. identities of people who produce this matter dataset. this matter dataset. to withstand, for example, state level cyber attack. level cyber attack. except that it's the price we pay for convenience? for convenience? —— we all kind of except that data is captured. except that data is captured. be work security and private security. security. individuals to their professional lives in subsequent functions. lives in subsequent functions. good to talk to, thank you.
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but it is possible to become verified without any work. those who are listed. the repairs fell off. and she was left £1200 out of pocket. the roof and lands at my feet. i couldn't move. and itjust falls apart like it's lego bricks. of the main trustworthy trader websites to the test.
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i was able to get myself listed on rated people and my builder. of the website's employee are voiced by an actor. or anything to you or anything. not for the most part. i mean, every so often. of thing, but very rarely. so i've got the van, i've got the overalls. but what i haven't got is any experience or ability. yet here is my profile on rated people. stars for extra credibility. for work at people's homes.
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on tradespeople before hiring. all its trades individually. it said it will review its processes following on from our investigation. emma had to pay hundreds of pounds to have her roof put right. phillip norton, bbc news. and after that on the bbc iplayer. time for a look at the weather.
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weather from the weekend is just a weekend. weekend. wednesday with a strong wind and some winter showers. some winter showers. central and southern areas, with light winds, it will turn chilly. light winds, it will turn chilly. the south, could get down as low as —4 minus five. —4 minus five. patches, but bright spark as well, spells and sunshine.
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—— a bright start. start. ireland, a lot of power for scotland as well. as well. scotland, windy here as well with gales later. gales later. some damp and murky weather pushing into the south—west. weather pushing into the south—west. thickening cloud from the west and temperatures 5—9. temperatures 5—9. tuesday night, and then we push another cold front through. another cold front through. week, wednesday, u, down as a day that is going to feel cold. that is going to feel cold.
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a strong north—westerly wind which could hit gale force is in places. could hit gale force is in places. in the strength of the wind it will feel very cold. feel very cold. sunshine but still actually feel, with strong winds. with strong winds. like we will have a cloud and rain from the west. from the west. weather from where you are online, more from me on the bbc news at six.
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including five murders — is spared decades behind bars. against former associates. what is justice in this country? it's just designed to look after the criminal. how can a man convicted of that many crimes be set free into society? no voting rights. against the government. when they were hit by a car in london on friday. a man's been remanded in custody. sexist and says he is the right man for thejob.
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new artwork after it was defaced over the weekend. in england women's football — insisting he's not sexist.

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